Managing Societal Fault Lines in Africa (VIDEO)

The Atlantic Council’s Africa Center hosted a discussion on the book On the Fault Line: Managing Tensions and Divisions within Societies recently. The panel was moderated by Mary Carlin Yates, former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Africa on the National Security Staff. It included J. Peter Pham, director of the Africa [...]

Egyptian court overrules decree that empowered military to arrest civilians

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood are having a sit-in in Tahrir for the eighth day today, with demands that the the supplementary Constitutional Declaration made by the Supreme Council of the Army (SCAF) will be cancelled and the decision to dissolve Parliament be rescinded. The Egyptian Supreme Administrative Court on Tuesday has blocked the recent [...]

Egypt in the middle of.. eh in the middle of what?

Uncertainty, that is probably the one word that comes to mind when thinking about Egypt this Saturday evening. On Friday a new massive demonstration was held at Tahrir against. A protest against SCAF, against the new additions it introduced to the constitution whereby it gave itself the last word in almost everything and certainly in [...]

Some CDR Geoengineering technologies will delight Africa

It’s the season of rain in Africa like in some parts of the world, and a time for cold winds for most of the sub-Saharan. It’s a time that farmers look forward to and a time that prices for certain commodities change. It’s also a time that communities prone to floods and erosion are chary, [...]

Beyond Nigeria, South Africa Bi-National Commission

Against all persisting fault lines in diplomatic relationship, Nigeria and South Africa inked a document on Bi-National Commission in Cape Town last week with the purpose of trashing out all petty bilateral issues and strengthening technical cooperation, existing bilateral agreements and customs and administration. Vice President Namadi Sambo and his South African counterpart, Kgalema Motlanthe [...]

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